HLTH655 Intervention Programs on Diabetes Type 2 among African Americans

Description

The purpose

The purpose of this study is to increase the knowledge of healthy living among African American adults with diabetes type 2, aged 25 to 45 years old living Baltimore City, through an educational intervention program.

This is my table I am working on
Organizational Table
Component
RQ
Will
health
education
class
increase
knowledge
of healthy
living
among
African
American
adults
with
diabetes
type 2?
Hypothesis
Ho: The
health
education
class will
not
increase
knowledge
of healthy
living
among
African
American
adults with
diabetes
type 2
Ha: The
health
education
class will
increase
knowledge
of healthy
living
among
African
American
adults with
diabetes
type 2
Theory
Social
Cognitive
Theory
(Peek, et.
al., 2014)
Constructs
Education
class (Peek,
&Harmon, et.
al., 2012)
Theory of
Reasoned
Action
(eSource,
n.d.)
Health Belief
Model.
Instrument
Questionnaire
Checklist
6 questions
Knowledge
Scale.
Positive or
Negative
10-point
Likert-like
scale; Tick
yes or no,
(yes has
higher
knowledge
while No has
minimal
knowledge,
The model is 10-100
explaining
highest value
knowledge as is the level of
a precondition knowledge
for behavior
and lowest is
Change.
the lowest
amount of
Focuses on
knowledge)
how to
Pre-test/postmanage and
test
to improve
Test-retest
the quality of Reliability
life among
=89)
African
America
adults
Validity for
the
instrument
has been
determined
through
Perceived,
Severity,
Susceptibility,
Benefit,
Barrier,
Cue of action.
(Peek, et al.,
2014)
Analysis
Paired
samples ttest
correlating
score.
Link/Rational
Focuses on
reducing
diabetes
type 2
among
African
American
The health
education
class will
increase
the
knowledge
of diabetes
type 2
Specifically
focuses on
Health Belief
Model related
to behavior
change
Measures
selfknowledge of
individual
related to
healthy life
Measures
difference
between
pretest and
posttest to
test for the
amount of
type 2
diabetes
knowledge
and
amount of
education.
References
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2017). Diabetes 2017 Report Card: Diabetes
Incidence and Prevalence. Retrieved from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Retrieve from https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/pdfs/library/diabetesreportcard2017-508.pdf
Cheng, C.-Y., Reich, D., Haman, C. A., Tandon, A., Patterson, N., Elizabeth, S., . . . Kao, L. W.
(2012). African Ancestry and Its Correlation to Type 2 Diabetes in African Americans: A
Genetic Admixture Analysis in Three U.S. Population Cohorts. PLOS|ONE, Retrieved
from https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0032840.
Goode, P. (2017). Diabetes Disparities in African Americans: A Cry for Help to Primary Care
Providers. Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice, 10(4), 61-66. Retrieved
from https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1671&context=jhdrp
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4540762/
McCormack, S., & Grant, S. F. (2013). Genetics of Obesity and type 2 Diabetes in African
Americans. Journal of Obesity, Article ID 396416. Retrieved from
https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jobe/2013/396416/.
Saab, K. R., Kendrick, J., Yracheta, J. M., Lanaspa, M. A., Pollard, M., & Johnson, R. J. (2015).
New Insights on the Risk for Cardiovascular Disease in African Americans: The Role of
Added Sugars. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 26(2), 247-257. Retrieved
from
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25090991
Peek E. Monica, Ferguson J. Molly, Roberson P. Tonya, Chin H. Marshall, (2014), Putting
theory into practice: A case study of diabetes-related behavior change interventions on
Chicago south side. HHS Public Access. Retrieve from
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4217132/
E source (n.d.). Social and behavioral theories. Retrieved from
http://www.esourceresearch.org/Default.aspx?TabId=734
Richardson, J., Iezzi, A., & Khan, M. A. (2015). Why do multi-attribute utility instruments
produce different utilities: the relative importance of the descriptive systems, scale and
micro-utility’ effects. Quality of Life Research, 24(8), 2045-2053
Research Proposal (power point)
Project Description and Rubric
Students will present their research proposal to the class using PowerPoint. The presentation should last
12-15 minutes, with 5 minutes allowed for questions/comments at the end (20 minutes total). Your
presentation should briefly describe the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Introduction
Statement of problem, purpose of research
Brief summary of the literature review
Detailed explanation of the research. Clearly describe:
a. Goal of the study
b. Population being studied
c. Health outcomes being targeted
5. Explain the study design, including
a. Design (experimental/non-experimental; qualitative/mixed methods/ quantitative)
b. Timeline
c. Sampling
d. Setting
e. Data collection methods with rational
f. Clear description of instrument. The Organizational Table should be included.
g. Ethical considerations
6. Briefly describe what data analysis you propose, the types of data/statistics that would be
conducted/gathered, and discuss any limitations to the research and how they might be addressed
in future studies.
7. You should have a reference slide at the end of the presentation with all reputable sources in
APA format.
PowerPoint slides should be well designed with edited content and relevant images/content. Slides
should be in APA format with the citations on relevant slides, and a full APA formatted slide(s) at the
end of the presentation.
HLTH 625
Research Proposal Presentation Rubric
Name______________________
Start Time: _______
Topic_____________________________
End Time: ______
Total Minutes: _______
Category
A Level
B Level
C Level
Failing
Content
60%
Shows a full understanding of
the topic. Comprehensive
coverage of topic. Check
what is covered:
__Introduction,
__Population being studied,
__Health outcomes,
__Research problem/
objective,
__Study Design,
__Theory,
__Timeline,
__Sampling,
__Setting,
__Data collection methods
__Clearly describes
instrument,
__Types of data,
__Proposed analysis,
__Ethical considerations,
__Limitations
__Future research
Shows a good
understanding of the topic,
but left out important
information.
Shows a good
understanding of
only parts of the
topic.
Does not seem to
understand topic
very well.
Preparedness
20%
Completely prepared;
obviously rehearsed. Did not
read directly from notes,
Speaks clearly all of the time.
Pretty prepared but might
have needed another
rehearsal. Minimal reading
directly from notes. Speaks
clearly over 80% the time.
Somewhat prepared,
clear rehearsal was
lacking. Dependent
on notes. Speaks
clearly 70% of the
time.
Not at all
prepared to
present. Does not
speak clearly.
PowerPoint
10%
PPT slides are well organized, PPT slides are organized,
PPT slides lacking in
zero spelling or grammar
Minimal spelling/ grammar organization,
errors
errors
multiple spelling/
grammar errors
PPT slides
lacking in
organization,
substantial
spelling/
grammar errors
Time-Limit
5%
Total presentation at least 12
min & not over 15 min
(excluding time for
questions).
Presentation is 10-11 min.
Presentation is 8-9
min.
Presentation is 7
minutes or less,
or over 15
minutes.
APA
Reference/Editing
5%
Reference in APA format;
Slides well edited. No
mistakes in APA or content
on slides.
1-2 mistake in APA
formatting or content on
slides.
3-4 mistakes in APA 5 or more
formatting or content mistakes in APA
on slides.
formatting or
content on slides.
HLTH 655
Research Proposal
Student will design a research proposal. There will be multiple incremental assignments that are components of the
research proposal (Chapter 1: Introduction, Chapter 2: Literature Review, Chapter 3: Proposed Research Methods and
Analyses, and an Oral Presentation). Each incremental assignment must be clearly linked together to merge into the final
research proposal. The research proposal must include the following components:
Title Page (using APA formatting)
Table of Contents (Automatic TOC to two levels)
Abstract or Executive Summary -Will summarize the research proposal using key words (~ 250 words). This is a
summary of the entire paper. It is best to write this last. Do not includes citations in the abstract.
Chapter 1 – Introduction Includes Statement of problem, purpose of research, scope, Research question(s) and hypotheses,
You will also need delimitations, limitations, assumptions, and operational terms.
Chapter 2 – Literature Review or Background
• Provide essential background information on the topic
o Begins with a broad topic (eg hypertension the in US), narrows down to specific population (eg
hypertension in African American men, geography, condition (eg African American Men ages 45-60 in
zip code 21204).
o Defines the population and why and how they are selected (recruitment (African American men have an
increased risk for hypertension in the US)
• Identifies gaps in knowledge/need for program and research
• Theory/Model used to guide your study
• List of goals, objectives, and outcomes
• Description of your proposed study including the theoretical constructs. If basing off of another study, include a
concise table that shows the parent study side by side with your study
Chapter 3 – Methods
• Must identify the goal of the research, the goals and objectives of the program and how each one will be
measured. This will be a repeat of what is at the end of the above section.
• Includes research question(s) and a hypothesis and null hypothesis for each Research Question
• Identifies HOW this research will be conducted.
• Which approval processes would be required
• Identify and describe study design, using citations from reputable sources
• How will you select participants (sampling) and where will participants will be sampled; including citations
• Where will the research be conducted (setting), with rational for the setting
• What will you use to collect data and how will you collect data? Must describe the instrument in detail, including
example questions, example responses, reliability/validity info; including citations
• What analysis do you propose based on your study design? What types of data/statistics that would be


conducted/gathered? What are the reliability and validity concerns for your data; including citations.
What are the ethical considerations for your research study?
What limitations exist in the study and how they might be addressed in future studies? Include citations.
References
• You should include a minimum of 15 APA formatted references
• All must be reputable references with citations in-text. The citations and references must match.
The total paper (Chs 1-3, including incremental assignments) must not exceed 18 double-spaced pages, excluding
references. The instructor will stop reading at page 18 of the text, and anything that comes after page 18 will not be
included in the grade. The file should be save as: HLTH649_Proposal
Scoring tool
Criteria
Title and TOC are
present and correctly
formatted (5%)
Abstract/ Executive
Summary
(10%)
Introduction (10%)
Literature Review (30%)
Extensive/Background
Possible
points
15
9
0
30
Specifics
Yes for both
Yes for one
Neither are present
Summarizes the entire paper, thoroughly, succinctly. Summary clearly
describes what is in the paper.
21
Summary is not as through or succinct, relatively clear
15
Summary is not as through or succinct, unclear direction
0
30
Not done
Includes, Statement of Problem, Purpose of study & Scope. Also includes
other required parts. Is thorough & succinct. Accurately depicts what is in the
paper-the problem & possible solutions.
20
Includes two of the three items, what is there is thorough & succinct; OR
Includes all three, but is not thorough & succinct.
10
Includes one of the three items, what is there is thorough & succinct; OR
Includes two of the three, but is not thorough & succinct.
0
Up to 15
Up to 15
Inadequate to receive any grade or missing.
Broad topic/population with significant, thorough, accurate data to support the
issue.
Identifies specific population/geography & accurate data.
Up to 15
Identifies programs & describes program well enough that it is understood.
Up to 15
Identifies the gaps in knowledge or practice. Identifies need for program.
Up to 25
Identifies theories/models that support programming. Links constructs of
theory to own program.
Up to 5
Goals, objectives / outcomes described
Comments
Criteria
Methods (35%)
Must use appropriate
terminology accurately
Possible points
For this class (because
the research is not
done) this section will
include what would be
done to analyze the
data collected
Up to 5
Lists Hypothesis & Null Hypothesis (es)
Up to 5
Identifies possible approval processes that will be needed. OR if none are
needed, explains why not.
Up to 40
Identifies statistical methods that will be used. It is clear why they are being
used—describes why it is being used, what will be the end result of the data.
For example, Pearson r would show a correlation.
Up to 15
Discussion of Quantitative & Qualitative methods. If only one is used clearly
explains why.
Up to 10
Matches the data collected to the goal, objectives, or hypothesis (es).
Up to 5
Identifies limits of what has been proposed (sampling, testing, data analysis,
etc) & how to address them moving forward
Spelling and Grammar
(5%)
APA format (5%)
Total
Up to 25
Specifics
Narrative of methods is TSA (thorough, succinct & accurate) (design,
samplings, testing, data collection, level of data, description of instrument, etc)
everything included, makes sense no major omissions.
Up to 15 points
After two errors, you lose point for each error up to 15 points
Up to 15 points
After one error, you lose one point for each APA error (in-text citations and on
the reference page)
300
Comments
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